Healthcare is in the age of the consumer, with end users having access to a variety of different resources including mobile applications, websites, social networks, and more for managing their day-to-day health needs. With the rising cost of medicine, customer-focused initiatives, and a shorter sales cycle, healthcare organizations face technology and business challenges unlike any other in human history.
To adjust to changing business tides, many organizations have adopted cloud and DevOps solutions, either through the renting of data centers, migration of applications, or the transition of innovation strategies. In each of these situations, the lowered costs of IT, increased collaboration, and heightened technology visibility has provided the path needed for better services.
Application modernization is a growing area of focus for enterprises. If you’re considering this path to cloud adoption, this guide explores considerations for the best approach – cloud native or legacy migration – and more.
With baby boomers growing older each day and healthcare challenges becoming more salient in this world, what is your organization doing to adjust to the cloud? We recently launched our latest guide, 4 Drivers for Healthcare Cloud Adoption¸ where we explore the cloud and DevOps trends driving healthcare. You’ll learn how you can adopt cloud solutions for your healthcare organization and see how it’s already being done.
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